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Chang'e 3 landing and first lunar day of operations, Including landing site geology and localization
Thorsten Denk
post Dec 2 2013, 10:01 AM
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Interesting speculation by the LROC team about a possible landing place near crater Laplace A:

A Great Place to Rove!

Chang'E/Yutu could land about 10km south east, then (the rover) cross a wrinkle-ridge and reach the rim of the 8km crater.

Thorsten (this is my first name, Denk is the family name)
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